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About 2,000 snow geese migrating from Mexico to their Alaskan nesting grounds were found dead in Idaho, the state's Department of Fish and Game announced Monday. Although testing is still in progress, officials believe that the deaths are consistent with avian cholera.
Three Tacoma men got off easy in a Grant County District Court sentencing for illegally using gillnets to kill whitefish in Banks Lake, a state wildlife officer says.
Ski Bluewood will close for the season at the end of business today.
March brings with it a huge awaking of insects, plants and even fungus in the Walla Walla Valley.
The Starbuck/Lyons Ferry Marina KOA Campground, located at 102 Lyons Ferry Road in Starbuck is now open for the 2015 summer camping season.
With spring training underway, Arizona offers a number of trails and trail systems worth exploring.
Backcounty Hunters & Anglers focus on wild public lands, water and wildlife.
‘Powdersurfing’ combines snowboarding, surfing and skateboarding.
The Youth Trap & Skeet team takes third in its first tournament of 2015.
Cross Trail Outfitters (CTO) is a Christian youth hunting and fishing club primarily for boys and young men age 7-20 serving Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon.
Fat bikes look and ride like mountain bikes, but they allow riders to conquer snow, sand and mud.
EWU biology professor Allan Scholz has trained a number of the region’s fisheries biologists.
Wa-Hi Cadet Major Nathan Brewer breaks the Army JROTC national record for one-day scoring.
The Cross Trail Outfitters will hold Vision Night on March 8 at 4 p.m.
Johnston Ridge and Boundary Trail offer an inviting winter hike.
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